EcoMobility Alliance

EcoMobility Alliance Cities

Join the Alliance

The EcoMobility Alliance delivers to Alliance Cities a joint program of activities that includes three main types of services and activities:

  • Peer-to-peer exchanges: Through workshops and webinars, usually centered on one city or topic at a time, where all Alliance Cities and expert Partners participate and benefit from a collective learning exercise and deepen their knowledge, innovative solutions could emerge for addressing the issue in the target city or topic. Cities can also have new opportunities to influence local decision makers and disseminate successes at events or workshops;
  • Collaborative learning: A common program of activities including training courses and seminars, with the EcoMobility Congress and EcoMobility Days as the flagship events;
  • General services: Other services of general interest to the Alliance Cities and Partners and even to the general public, such as the Alliance website, case studies, and progress reports.
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Detailed Alliance Description

An elaborate description of the EcoMobility Alliance and its goals

Photo Credit: (c) Didier Gentilomme 2003

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Expression of Interest

Be invited to be among the visionary and proactive cities in the EcoMobility Alliance! Submit an Expression of Interest to join the Alliance here.

Photo Credit: (c) Changwon City 2008

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City Commitments and Partners

What does it take to be part of the Alliance? Learn more here.

Photo Credit: (c) Richard Simpson

Alliance at a Glance

Alliance Chair_Kaohsiung City

Alliance Chair - Kaohsiung City

The EcoMobility Alliance is a network jointly established by ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and Kaohsiung City, Chinese Taipei, who generously funds the Alliance until the end of 2018.
It is an industrial, commercial city and port situated on the south coast with a population of about 2.77 million people. Kaohsiung County merged with Kaohsiung City in 2010, leading to rapid urban development and population growth increasing the demand for a better and more sustainable transportation system. As a result, the City developed a comprehensive public transport system within the city consisting of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT), Metro Rail Transit (MRT), shuttle buses and DRT (Demand Responsive Transit).
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